Channels get blurred, but stores can fight back

07/29/2003 | Mass Market Retailers

Market research indicates that consumers no longer are shopping at one kind of store for their food needs and instead are turning to various sources, because drug stores, grocery stores, supercenters and discount stores often sell the same products. ACNielsen suggests grocers take steps to make their stores more appealing and to regain a foothold on consumer food sales.

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